"Cars" as written by Jim Adkins, Tom Linton, Mitch Porter and Zach Lind....
Ok Tom take a drink now
My, oh, my, can you save my life?
It doesn't have to mean looking out for me
Hey, now look at you, way cool, on time

There's no room for Mamacita
Sit tight, she'd say
A-okay and that's what you'll say
While falling on the ground, leaves in her hair

Hey, now look at you, way cool on time
(Hey, hey guys, hey, I think, hey)
(Hey dude, dude, Jim Zatrioni)
We hate, we hate you, we're Nazi
We're Nazi, woah


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"Cars" as written by Mitch Porter Jim Adkins

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    General Commentlol how can you not laugh when they sing about some mamacita
    ilovejimon May 14, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwhat is mamcita?? is this a good song by the way?
    honestyormysteryon May 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love it how at the end Jim is screaming and carrying on going "we're Nazis!! Wooooo!" then at the end, his screaming winds down .. Kinda like when you turn off a vacum cleaner. ;)
    ashyash88on January 30, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthe doesnt say 'we're Nazis'... its tom saying 'Jim Satriani' as a joke on the legendary riff maker Joe Satriani. thats jim who then plays the riff.

    'ok, tom, take a drink now' is spoken by mitch, the old bassist. tom then sticks his microphone in a big mcdonalds cup full of ice. mitch is also heard saying 'thats so funny, so funny...ice!'

    the end of the song has stuck from the demo version of this song. that version is about 4 minutes longer, and has much more conversation at the beginning and end. they just cut it doen, and named it Look At You, and then later 'cars'

    the song is full of ironic statements. like "Hey now look at you, way cool, on time" is saying shes looking uncool, and shes late, and "it doesnt have to mean looking out for me" when really it does.
    krist69on March 16, 2005   Link

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